Question about 1995 Lincoln Continental
Checked fuses, connections. Took it in to be checked. They said it was the "headlight module" and would cost $800 for the part and $200 for labor.
Found a part on eBay OEM F60B-13788-AB for $29, and another headlight switch OEM 89056825 for $481. They both look like the right part. How sure can I be that the headlight switch is what I need?
Before doing all you stated above go to a salvage yard and get a used headlight module out of a car there but before all this have you checked the bulb itself
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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